Good, bad & ugly of SAG TV noms
By Rob Licuria -GoldDerby.com
hollywoodnews.com: The Screen Actors Guild tend to go with the flow and nominate a mix of critical favorites and cable hits. They don’t separate lead and supporting performances, which means that, inevitably, people are going to be left out. This year, the nominees in the comedy categories are evenly split between what we usually classify as lead and supporting performances, while on the drama side, only lead actors were recognized and in the movie categories, three supporting actresses and one supporting actor made the cut.
I am most excited about Ed O’Neill (“Modern Family”) finally getting some love and being singled out for anchoring the fantastic ensemble of that show. Ditto for Elisabeth Moss (“Mad Men”) returning as a SAG nominee after missing out last year. And in case anyone was under the impression that the film nominations are where all the heat is, take a closer look at the five nominated ensembles for TV Dramas – stunning performances by brilliant casts, proving once again that television is where the best acting and writing are these days.
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